Commercial premises architecture project
A commercial premises architecture project is the document used to define the characteristics and benefits that the adaptation of a premises for commercial use must offer. With the aim of being built with the guarantees of safety, functionality, health, comfort and durability required. In the project, the work to be executed is defined and budgeted.
The correct definition of the project allows save costs in the execution of the work, stick to the budget and the established execution deadlines.
Phases of a commercial premises project
To carry out a commercial premises architecture project, the work is divided into the following phases.
1. Preliminary draft
After visiting the premises, I raised the initial idea of the project. Several meetings are held and the distribution, materiality and decoration are outlined.
2. Basic Project
It is drawn up in order to obtain the building license from the City Council. This is the last phase where changes must be made to the project to avoid cost overruns.
3. Execution project
In this phase the structure is calculated and all the documents are made to be able to build the project.
4. Construction management
I carry out the on-site control of the project, guaranteeing the quality of execution.
How much does a commercial premises project cost in Murcia?
A new construction project is valued based on the Material Execution Budget (PEM), which is the budget for the construction of the work. The architect's schedules usually range from 5%-10% of the PEM, distributing these fees in the different phases of the project: Preliminary Project, Basic Project, Execution Project and Construction Management.
What requirements must a commercial premises project meet?
New construction architecture projects must comply with the following regulations:
- Building Planning Law.
- Urban regulations Township.
- Technical building Code.
- Habitability conditions (in homes).
- Regulation of thermal installations in buildings.
- Eco-efficiency decree.